OnePlus is announcing a new smartphone in 10 days - here's everything we've heard about it so far
- OnePlus announced that its revealing its new OnePlus 7T smartphones on September 26.
- 2019 might be a slightly different year for OnePlus and its bi-annual smartphone cycle, as the base OnePlus 7T model might get big updates.
- Usually, the second wave of OnePlus phones in a single year don't include such major upgrades, but this year's model is rumored to have gotten a refresh in design, specs, and features.
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OnePlus announced that it will be revealing the OnePlus 7T smartphones on September 26, and everyone who's looking for a new smartphone - not just OnePlus fans - should be marking their calendars.OnePlus phones have consistently ranked as the top smartphones to buy in Business Insider's top 20 list, and I'm not the only one to give them high accolades. Advertisement
OnePlus' bi-annual smartphone release cycle is a little unusual, and it means that the second release of the year is usually a minor update over the first wave of OnePlus phones. But this year seems to be a little different, if the rumors are to be believed.Check out the rumors and murmurs we've seen surrounding the OnePlus 7T phones:
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Like the OnePlus 7 series, there will be two models in the OnePlus 7T series, and they'll be announced on September 26.
The base OnePlus 7T model is getting a refresh in design, specs, and features.Advertisement
The OnePlus 7T Pro is said to be almost identical to the OnePlus 7 Pro, with only a few updated specs.
No one knows the price yet, but it's hard to imagine OnePlus going any higher than $700 for either model. OnePlus phones released later in the year are typically released in October or November, so the same will likely be true about the 7T series.Advertisement
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